The Colorado Springs Independent, the largest locally owned newspaper and media company serving the Pikes Peak region, is the "alternative voice" providing in-depth news and cultural reporting desperately needed in our heavily evangelical, military and Republican region.
The Indy wants you—to sell advertising (print and online).
Looking for someone who eats, drinks and breathes the Independent. Like you can’t go a week without a copy of it in your hot little hands. You’ve downloaded our iPad version, you read us on the web, you have the IndyScene app… you are an Indy addict.
Then you must be a rockin’ sales person. Like 2+ years experience selling print, broadcast and/or online advertising. As always you must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, be self-motivated and have bad-ass communication skills.
Your job, should you choose to accept it (and us you) is to service and grow existing customers as well as finding and signing new advertisers. New business development is a KEY FUNCTION of this position. You should also have a vehicle that will get you where you need to go.
Did we describe you? Send your resume and the world’s best cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Now recruiting for Spring/Fall. Collaborate with theIndy’s Director of Marketing and Promotions to support the organization’s marketing strategy. Learn how to craft and evaluate social media campaigns. Capture compelling stories through strong writing, stunning images, and sensational video. Coordinate video schedule and production; provide blogging/social media support.
This internship is a part-time position for academic credit. 2-3 days (15-20 hours a week)
Job requirements: Ability to learn and use new technology, Interest in
social media, Video or digital content editing skills, Marketing, or Digital
Media background strongly preferred.
Benefits: Free admission to Indy events, schwag, Telecommuting is OK unless onsite video, interviewing, or meeting is required. Please send resumes to email@example.com.
Now recruiting for Spring/Fall. We want you, to work with us spring or fall semester! Join our newsroom and create content for the print issue and our online sites. Brainstorm, report and write stories in the beats you’re most interested in — News, Arts & Culture and more. Get constructive feedback and hone your writing skills in our laid-back but professional work environment, where you’ll learn from our award-winning editorial staff and designers. Come away with clips for your resume, real-world industry experience, a the start of a great professional network — even a free lunch or two.
This internship is an un-paid, part-time position with academic credit available. 2-3 days (15 to 20 hours per week) with a considerable amount of flexibility.
Interest in journalism is essential; prior experience is preferred, but not required. Send up to three writing samples and a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.